Image copyright Getty Images Thousands of Buddhist monks in Thailand have gathered for prayer ceremonies to honour the 29 people killed in the country’s deadliest mass shooting. Public prayer ceremonies were held on Saturday, a week after the massacre in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima.Jakraphanth Thomma, a 32-year-old soldier, carried out the killings during a…

Buddhist monks gather for a mass prayer one week after a lone soldier shot and killed 29 people in Thailand

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Thousands of Buddhist monks in Thailand rep gathered for prayer ceremonies to honour the 29 of us killed in the country’s deadliest mass taking pictures.

Public prayer ceremonies were held on Saturday, a week after the bloodbath in the metropolis of Nakhon Ratchasima.

Jakraphanth Thomma, a 32-One year-used soldier, performed the killings all the plot via a 16-hour taking pictures rampage in different areas correct via the metropolis.

The shootings began when the soldier killed his commanding officer and stole weapons from a militia coarse.

Buddhist monks gather for a mass prayer one week after a lone soldier shot and killed 29 people in Thailand

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People give alms to Buddhist monks during a mass prayer one week after a lone soldier shot and killed 29 people in Thailand

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The gunman persisted his assault on the streets and in a having a look centre sooner than being shot uninteresting by safety forces.

Floral tributes were laid exterior the Terminal 21 having a look centre, which has been reopened to the public.

Buddhist monks gather for a mass prayer one week after a lone soldier shot and killed 29 people in Thailand

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Buddhist monks walk past photographs of the victims of a mass shooting one week after a lone soldier shot and killed 29 people in Thailand

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Photos repeat Buddhist monks leading tributes to the victims on Saturday, sitting in prayer with hundreds of of us. Photos of the victims were confirmed on banners.

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha talked about a dispute over a property deal looked as if it is also the motive for the assault.

The PM described the taking pictures, whereby 57 of us were injured, as “unprecedented” for Thailand.

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Media captionBuddhist monks chant and pray at a vigil for the victims in Nakhon Ratchasima

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